Wind Chimes Inn Antigua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... who joined us the day before for a couple of rum and cokes and a chill on Baraonda ,on holiday in a villa on the beach)and then Rosie and John from Scoland on Arctic Tern,a 38ft Rustler.(who had met Anna and Rob, the Dutch couple in Mindelo)All lovely people and good company. Rosie and John also were going to the Fish Night so we met up and had great Talapia coated with Caribbean spices and chips. Delicious. We invited Rosie and John to Baraonda to ...
... only done fishing once before in my life and that was when I was about twelve years old when my dad took me to the old Bedfont Pits and the only thing I caught was my dad's thumb, and he had to go to Ashford Hospital to have the hook removed.
However David assured me all would be well this time and he collected a couple of rods and sundry other fishing type equipment from Guest Services and we made for the lake. I was less like a fisherman and ...
... up a t shirt and a lovely bracelet. Back at the port needed to buy a couple of birthday cards as Helen and Doreen (dinner table) both have birthdays in the next couple of days. Antigua is not the place to buy cards. I managed to find something but not brilliant. Anyway I'm just wondering if Lesley remembers when we were last here we went shopping but ended up in a bar, I know I had rum punch but I can't remember what Les had, boy oh boy that was ...
... the road stuff but it was pretty good, but we were too knackered to stay long to listen.
The weather has been pretty hot with the odd shower of rain, but it is all very pleasant.
Somehow, at dinner last night, the subject of my eczema came up. Hardly a suitable conversation for dinner, I know, but it was fine until I mentioned my "scabby bum". I didn't see anything particularly funny about it, and it ...
... that they don't know any English unlike every other island we've visited so far. Dinner was hilariously frustrating as our waitress didn't know a single word resulting in us pointing to our selections. We met a lovely local man Adams, happily shoeless and covered in dreads from his head and beard and we had a fabulous conversation with piecing together our common interests through two broken languages, expressions and charades. We rented a car (always ...